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What do you think about Hydroponic Gardening and Where to Get Tree Collards and more Q&A

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

John from ww.growingyourgreens.com answers your questions including: What do you think about Hydroponics? Would you stop by my house and talk gardening? Where can I purchase Tree Collards in NC? Where can I purchase Walking Stick Kale? Where can I purchase Rock Dust in Los Angeles?

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    Japanese house # 9

    Sunday, July 31st, 2011

    Yard work and the installation of a Japanese door intercom or door phone as they say. 20000 yen for the unit and its got a camera and night lights with a big color screen inside. 8000 yen more for the wire and stuff to install it. I cleared the overgrown front yard and then dug a ditch and ran the cables for the camera. I had my first experience working with Japanese PVC conduit and it was a breeze. These things are awesome! It will save a snapshot of the person who rang the doorbell when you are not home and it has led lights to illuminate the person at night. It has an adjustable camera and it can be integrated with your home phone and smoke detectors etc. With some units you can get an extra handset like a phone but it has a screen on it so you can carry it with you around the house and not miss a delivery or friend stopping by. Panasonic VL-SV31KL kit VL-MV30K video unit VL-V520L camera

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      Raised Bed Vegetable Garden Install from Start to Finish

      Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

      John from www.growingyourgreens.com shows you from start to finish how to take an abandoned backyard space and transform it into a edible vegetable garden. In this episode, you will learn most everything you will need to know to start growing your food. You will discover the process that John goes through to select the best soil, build the raised beds, layout the raised beds, plant the raised beds and even install the drip irrigation system with a timer. This project took about 2 days to complete. Including 1 day sourcing all materials, and 1 day putting it all together.

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